Marshals Nevada (Johnny Mack Brown) and Sandy (Raymond Hatton) are sent to investigate a series of bank robberies.
Nevada joins the outlaw gang while Sandy becomes the town cobbler.
Nevada learns that Slade (Edmund Cobb) is the boss of the gang but that there is someone on the inside tipping them off.
Director:Lambert Hillyer Producer:Charles J. Bigelow Production Company:Great Western Productions Audio/Visual:sound, black & white Keywords:Western; Johnny Mack Brown Contact Information:www.k-otic.com
Reviewer:Dark Moon -
December 27, 2011 Subject:
Not bad for a Monogram western
Having two US Marshals going under cover to find the real boss behind a gang of bank robbers gives scope for a fairly involved plot, especially because the two of them work semi-independently of each other. The cast were reasonably credible in their roles, with natural dialogue and actions. There was not as much action as in "typical" westerns—this film relied more on a convoluted story to carry it, which gave it more credibility, at least for me. Unfortunately, though, the poor print quality, with faded and blurry picture, mushy sound, and enough missing frames to disrupt dialogue in several places, made it difficult for me to follow some of the story. One star off, for that.